Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Literature"

The meaning of "Literature" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Dramatic literature often recapitulates the history of a culture in that it takes as its subject matter the important events that have shaped and guided the culture. mean?
A: "in that" explains how it recapitulate the history
Q: What does The literature to date on noise in school rooms appears to focus on the effects on schoolchildren in general,their teacher and the hearing impaired. mean?
A: “Literature to date” means all the books and articles written about that particular subject to this day (21 May)

Appears in this sense means that the authors of the literature “seem to” focus on the effects......
The authors “give the impression” to focus on the effects on......

You can take out “appears to” and the sentence would mean the same. : )
Q: What does " Your literature overflows with the beautiful purity and warm emotion that are so becoming of you." ..is this a compliment? mean?
A: Absolutely!
It praises your writing and your personality, I'd assume!
Q: What does "to enrich" the English literature mean?
A: to make it better, add more stuff to it, bring more stuff in
Q: What does going beyond prior literature mean?
A: To research more about something.

Example sentences using "Literature"

Q: Please show me example sentences with literature.
A: "I major in (study) English literature"
"I'm interested in ancient Greek literature"

Synonyms of "Literature" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between classic literature and classical literature ?
A: Classic - judged over a period of time to be of the highest quality and outstanding of its kind.

This word is used to describe works done so well that they become recognised as the best. Closest Japanese word maybe 一番 or 最高

For example,
the Beatles performed many classics
“Pride and prejudice is an American classic” or “An example of classic literature is pride and prejudice”

Classical - relating to ancient Greek or Latin literature, art, or culture.

Closest Japanese word would be 古典
Q: What is the difference between I’m leaning towards literature and I’m inclined towards literature ?
A: Not really any difference.
Q: What is the difference between the literature on wartime violence and the literature about wartime violence ?
A:

There isn’t a big difference. Both are correct, but “literature about wartime violence” sounds nicer.

“Today’s topic is on wartime violence.”

“I’m reading a book about wartime violence.”

“I’m taking a class on/about wartime violence.”

Translations of "Literature"

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Other questions about "Literature"

Q: I majored in Chinese literature in the university. Through the classes, I’ve developed my understanding about Chinese history and culture. As for Chinese language, I am studying conversation and writing steadily after the exchange student program to Shanghai. Now I am preparing to obtain the highest level certificate. does this sound natural?
A: I have majored in Chinese literature at a university. From the classes I have taken I’ve learned about Chinese history and culture. As for the Chinese language I am studying their conversations and writing after the exchange student program in Shanghai. Now I am preparing myself to obtain a certificate at the highest level.
Q: I recently noticed that an old English literature book used a sentence that is rarely used in modern English. They say, Had she died, and my friend told me it's like a conditional (grammatically) so it can be said if she had died. Could someone elaborate more on this? I am not sure about this
A: its more context based. Had refers to as "has happened". So Had she died is to say, her death has happened. But it makes sense in context.
Q: what literatures classic American you could recommend? Of easy access in the internet.
A: I recommend you try the books by Roald Dahl. He writes literature for children, but the books are very interesting and fun to read, and the writing is not dumbed down for children.

If you don't want to read children's literature, I recommend 'The Old Man and the Sea' by Hemingway. His writing is very clear.
Q: I am senior, but I'm taking 11th literature. My 11th lit teacher signed my final exam exemption seat, but I'm not sure if I can skip the test or not because I took milestone test 3 week ago that is consider as a final exam(20%), and the test that I'm going to take is consider as a normal test(10%), but include all of the thing that I studied in her class. I'm going to ask my teacher about this tomorrow, but I want some tip.
A: Well in true fact as long as you have 65% grade you will pass even if you don't take the test but the best thing is to ask you teacher
Q: ​​This is the classical literature "Pilgrim's Progress" of John Buryan. I've heard this book describes about the Christian life as a metaphor. Actually I'm just reading this book from today. It's pretty good so far :) does this sound natural?
A: This is the classical literature "Pilgrim's Progress" of John Buryan. I've heard this book describes the Christian life as a metaphor. Actually I've just started to read this book today. It's pretty good so far :)

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